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July 2, 2007

Open Religion Thread

Filed under: Faith,Open Thread — Sisyphus @ 7:20 am

Liberation theology or Opus Dei?  Choose, but choose wisely.  If you choose Liberation Theology, you choose damnation. 

20 Comments »

  1. Well, I’ll choose damnation! It’s a lot mor fun, and less stupid.

    Weiß ich gar nicht, was du immer so blöd rumredest. Finde ich auch gar nicht mehr lustig. Unterhaltungswert schon lange weg, viele Leute nehmen zu ernst. Du bist Kopf blöd, kann ich gar nicht anders sagen, Kopf blöd!

    Comment by bienmatou — July 2, 2007 @ 7:39 am | Reply

  2. As an evil godless-islamofascist-commie-treefrog-pinko I was able to understand bienmatou’s comment, written in the Devil’s language, wanna know what he said, Sisy?

    Comment by Skeptic — July 2, 2007 @ 7:51 am | Reply

  3. I, for one, am so very glad that Pope Benedict is taking the Church back to basics. It’s been a downhill slide since Vatican II, as demonstrated by the decline in church attendence, lack of new clergy and religious, and the descent into the culture of Death celebrated by liberal secular humanists.

    Comment by Patricia — July 2, 2007 @ 9:14 am | Reply

  4. I choose you, Society of Friends!

    Comment by interpreted — July 2, 2007 @ 9:48 am | Reply

  5. Opus dei, eh? I don’t think anybody follows that anymore, as it is rather akin to communism. Y’know, the workers are empowered, workers reap the rewards, workers this, workers that. Sounds an awful lot like a certain Socialist republic to me🙂

    Comment by adamnelson — July 2, 2007 @ 9:51 am | Reply

  6. Liberation for the win. Now just go to a hole and die, heretic.😄

    And yes, the opus dei sounds kinds like communism…

    Comment by PG — July 2, 2007 @ 12:56 pm | Reply

  7. Both are abominations. Liberation theology is communism disguised as Christianity. Opus Dei is a meld of Papism and Fascism. O herald priest!

    Comment by Anna Graham — July 2, 2007 @ 12:57 pm | Reply

  8. One man’s abomination is another man’s devout faith.

    Comment by adamnelson — July 2, 2007 @ 8:04 pm | Reply

  9. “Weiß ich gar nicht, was du immer so blöd rumredest. Finde ich auch gar nicht mehr lustig. Unterhaltungswert schon lange weg, viele Leute nehmen zu ernst. Du bist Kopf blöd, kann ich gar nicht anders sagen, Kopf blöd!”

    Please don’t speak in tongues around here. If you have a demon in you, report to the local priest. He can exorcise it.

    Comment by Sisyphus — July 2, 2007 @ 9:49 pm | Reply

  10. I wasn’t aware that speaking German was caused by a πνευμα ἀκαθαρτον, eh Sisyphus?

    Comment by interpreted — July 3, 2007 @ 3:37 am | Reply

  11. sisyphus, I didn’t realize you’re catholic. That explains a lot😀

    Comment by bienmatou — July 3, 2007 @ 4:15 am | Reply

  12. German is the language of the Kaiser and the Nazis against whom we fought two wars last century. Seems satanic to me.

    Comment by Paul Krassner — July 3, 2007 @ 10:26 am | Reply

  13. If English were really not the chosen language why is it that everyone around the world is trying to learn it? More importantly why is the Bible printed in English if that wasn’t a part of God’s plan? I bet even the Liberals can’t come up with something smart to say about that.

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — July 3, 2007 @ 10:28 am | Reply

  14. “More importantly why is the Bible printed in English if that wasn’t a part ofGod’s plan?”

    Did you know that a German invented printing, and that the first book ever printed was indeed a German Bible?

    Comment by Skeptic — July 3, 2007 @ 10:32 am | Reply

  15. Opus Dei, hands down. Those Liberation Theology characters are usually Communists pretending to be Christian.

    Comment by Marcia P. — July 3, 2007 @ 10:47 am | Reply

  16. “If English were really not the chosen language why is it that everyone around the world is trying to learn it? More importantly why is the Bible printed in English if that wasn’t a part of God’s plan? I bet even the Liberals can’t come up with something smart to say about that.”

    I’ll tell you something “smart.” I don’t have to come up with it…it’s already here. EVERYONE is NOT trying to learn it. English is a popular language to do business in. So if you are going into business and are in a non-English speaking country it is a valuable asset. Also, here, if you are a Business major in college minoring in Spanish (as in learning something else like other countries do) makes you more valuable. Compredes? Because you are in an English speaking country you THINK that everyone is just dying to know how to speak the lingo. Not really… Someone here isn’t going to learn more English (at least not like that…there are very advanced grammar…and some people aren’t past the 8th grade, but…just try not to twist that so that I don’t have to explain again) just as someone elsewhere is not going to learn more of their language. English is an option. Many countries learn multiple languages. If you were in Kazachstan you would know 5 or 6 by the time you graduate. Some people learn it because of course study. America is a bit lazy when it comes to that…education has been adapted to fit the attitude of the “students” in my opinion (and considering I’m in high school…I think I can vouch for what I see in many). It’s sad to say the least. Not all are lazy, just most.

    The Bible is printed in MANY languages. That way God can be shared with so many more people without the hassle of a language barrier….perhaps that was God’s plan, no? Once more you think that English is the only thing of significance in this world…that would be your world. Try again.

    Comment by La Mona — July 3, 2007 @ 6:36 pm | Reply

  17. La Mona,

    You are so young and full of fanciful ideals. Once you have matured and experienced the horrors that await you in the secular world, you’ll soon find that everything is not as rosey as you see it today. Your Liberal upbringing has deluded you to the reality. I will pray that you are able to accept the harsh truths when the time comes.

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — July 3, 2007 @ 6:48 pm | Reply

  18. Ok Crockett, I’m young–not naive. I have experienced horrors that I hope no one ever has to experience…in fact, it is a mix of my mind’s structure and those experiences that make me the way I am. I don’t see things as “rosey.” When did I say that? My upbringing as deluded NOTHING. One day you will realize the box you have placed yourself in…and when that day comes I hope it’s someone that really loves you that proves that to you. That way, when you break down, you won’t be alone.

    Comment by La Mona — July 3, 2007 @ 7:31 pm | Reply

  19. “Once you have matured and experienced the horrors that await you in the secular world, you’ll soon find that everything is not as rosey as you see it today.”

    People that have experienced horrors have learned not to see the world in black and white, unlike the likes of you, chickenhawks that you are.

    Where’s the Colonel when you need him?

    Comment by Skeptic — July 4, 2007 @ 11:43 am | Reply

  20. I’m having trouble seeing Crockett as a chickenhawk.🙂 And yea, the world is so much more colorful afterwards. The Colonel will be back–that is almost a certain fact. I await.

    Comment by La Mona — July 4, 2007 @ 4:26 pm | Reply


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